Narmada’s First VisitHEW – Patient Interaction Protocol
The Health Extension Worker (HEW) Physician extender First touch point of community Recruited from the catchment in which we serve Educational qualifications ranging from Xth StandardPass to B.Sc. in Nursing Expansion of role
Recruitment and Training of Physicians Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani physicians Bridge training course focused onpharmacology, protocols, interventions, practicalskill enhancement, technology, patient care
Master Trainers Nurses trained in specific interventions to bridge thegap of non-availability of specialist trainers. Monitoring and facilitating quality care delivery withregards to interventions.
Capturing Narmada’sInteraction With the Physician
Assessing Risk for Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs)
CVD Intervention Phase I – Risk Assessment Phase II – Diagnostic Testing Blood Sugar Lipid Profile Treatment and Management
Camp Approach to Community Engagement and Training
Impact of SughaVazhvu on Narmada’s Health Narmada was identified to be a diabetic, and is currently receivingtreatment from SughaVazhvu. She was found to be VIA/VILI positive. Since then she has received abiopsy, and cold coagulation therapy to treat for early stage pre-cancer.Narmada visits the RMHC regularly for pelvic examinations.